Cowboys in Cyberspace

Cowboys in Cyberspace
Australia’s award-winning Internet Country Music resource (Est. 1997)

About the Author

August 8th, 2007

BOB HOWE, a.k.a. cyberBob and Big Bob from Bondi, has been part of the music industry since 1975, simultaneously juggling a career as a renowned musician/performer alongside various media roles, including writing and photographing for many publications. From his early days at Festival Records in Promotions, through to hundreds of radio and television appearances (Reg Lindsay’s Country Homestead onwards), to current achievements including producing Sydney’s leading live monthly country show, Canterbury Country, since 2000. Bob has received International acclaim (The 2004 Charlie Lamb Award for Excellence in Country Music Journalism in the Lifetime Achievement Category) for Cowboys In Cyberspace, the site that has taken Australian country music around the World Wide Web since 1997.

 For more about Bob Howe, please visit: www.bobhowe.com

Roy Acuff & Bob Howe 1990
Backstage at the Grand Ole Opry with Mr Roy Acuff 1990

Bob Howe & Guy Mitchell 1991
Wearing Guy Mitchell’s hat – Australia 1991

 Bob Howe & Slim Dusty 1998
With Slim Dusty at his birthday party 1998

Johnnie Wright, Bob Howe and Kitty Wells in Australia, 1998
Johnnie Wright, Bob Howe and Kitty Wells in Australia, 1998

Bob Howe & Pam Tillis 1999
Surprised by Pam Tillis in concert, Australia 1999

Bob Howe at 2004 ICMC in Nashville
Speaking at the 2004 International Country Music Conference in Nashville

Bob Howe & Brenda Lee 2004
Miss Brenda Lee presenting Bob Howe with the
2004 Charlie Lamb Award for Excellence in Country Music Journalism
in the Lifetime Achievement Category

Eddie Stubbs and Bob Howe 2008
With Opry announcer and WSM radio broadcaster Eddie Stubbs
at Ernest Tubb’s Record Shop 2008

Felicity Urquhart, John Nutting, Bob Howe 2009
‘Big Bob from Bondi’ in 2009 with the current (Felicity Urquhart)
and original (John Nutting) hosts of the ABC radio show,
‘Saturday Night Country’

 

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